When the chaotically misfortunate Jenkins and the monotonously lucky Lou run into each other one morning, they find a thrilling and fulfilling change of pace as they hurtle down the hills of San Francisco in an ice cream cart.
To celebrate Jack London's 100th death anniversary, director Fx Goby adapted his famous novel, "To Build a Fire", tragic tale of a trapper and his dog in the freezing Yukon, into an animated short film.
A bizarre incident as a young boy left Aaron with an unusual facial disfigurement that has plagued him all his life. Isolated and vulnerable, Aaron seeks comfort in the friendship and understanding of an unexpected group of outcasts.
A short film reminding , in brilliant manner, the boring of afternoon class. a brave student in fight against sleep. good opportunity for a mix of imagination and admirable animation. the levels, the wake up, the return to different forms of temptation in a class where only him and the teacher are , in essence, present. short, a little gem. impressive, real impressive for each detail.
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